“Killing Queers in Indiana” is an adaptation from J. Patrick Redmond’s novel Some Go Hungry, a work of fiction inspired by true events, published by Kaylie Jones Books, an imprint of Akashic Books. “I was 17 years old. I too was gay, in the closet, and struggling with my sexual orientation. Robbie’s murder terrified me […]
Some Go Hungry is an extension of the same hypocrisy and religious bigotry Jones wrote about so long ago.
Originally posted on jamesjonesliterarysociety:
By J. Patrick Redmond James Jones often said that what a writer does is he fools with the facts. In his second novel, Some Came Running, inspired by his hometown of Robinson, Illinois, Jones shines a light into the dark undercurrent of hypocrisy and religious bigotry in the fictional town of Parkman,…